Laboratory and imaging studies have limited value for the diagnosis of acute rhinosinusitis
Articles tagged with "allergy"
Toxins from mold found growing on nuts or corn can weaken the airways’ self-clearing mechanisms and immunity, opening the door for respiratory diseases and exacerbating existing ones
Contact with cats and cockroaches may increase the risk for glaucoma, but contact with dogs could guard against the eye disease, say authors of a new study.
Research finds patients with seasonal allergies not well controlled by medication can be offered sublingual tablet immunotherapy
Recommendations from the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery on caring for patients with AR
How approval may impact treatment of allergy patients, otolaryngology practices
Medications Oralair, Grastek, Ragwitek are designed to treat grass pollen-induced rhinitis, ragweed allergies
How safe and effective is subcutaneous immunotherapy (SCIT), particularly single allergen regimens, for treating allergic rhinoconjunctivitis and asthma?
Organization offers education, research opportunities and funding
When patients with allergic rhinitis don’t respond to medical therapy, an otolaryngologist’s arsenal of treatment includes surgical options. Among these is radiofrequency (RF) turbinate reduction, also known as RF turbinate ablation or turbinoplasty, an office procedure that advocates say is cost-effective and minimally invasive, with fewer complications than other surgical remedies. Some otolaryngologists, however, are still hesitant to use this relatively new therapy.